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content material: Environmental immunoassays : substitute options for soil and water research / Diana S. Aga and E.M. Thurman --
Phage-display expertise for environmental research / J. Christopher corridor, Graham M. O'Brien, and Steven R. Webb --
fast mercury assays / Ferenc Szurdoki, Horacio Kido, and Bruce D. Hammock --
Characterization of a metal-specific monoclonal antibody / D.A. Blake, M. Khosraviani, A.R. Pavlov, and R.C. Blake, II --
improvement of an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for 1-nitropyrene : a potential marker compound for diesel exhaust emissions / D. Knopp, V. Väänänen, J. Zühlke, and R. Niessner --
improvement of immunoassays for detection of chemical battle brokers / David E. Lenz, Alan A. Brimfield, and Lara A. prepare dinner --
improvement of varied enzyme immunotechniques for pesticide detection / B.B. Dzantiev, A.V. Zherdev, O.G. Romanenko, and J.N. Trubaceva --
Detection of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid by way of non-instrumental latex immunoassay / Yu. V. Lukin, A.N. Generalova, T.V. Tyrtysh, and S.A. Eremin --
quick screening of immunoreagents for carbaryl immunosensor improvement / S. Morais, M.A. González-Martinez, R. Puchades, Angel Montoya, A. Abad, and A. Maquieira --
research of atrazine and its degradation items in water through tandem high-performance immunoaffinity chromatography and reversed-phase liquid chromatography / David S. Hage, John G. Rollag, and David H. Thomas --
online immunochemical detection process for pesticide residue research : improvement and optimization / Petra M. Krämer, Renate Kast, Ursula Bilitewski, Stephan Bannierink, and Ulrich Brüss --
Near-infrared fluorescent immunoassays: a singular method of environmental research / A.R. Swamy, M.I. Danesvar, L. Evans, III, L. Strekowski, N. Narayanan, Ferenc Szurdoki, I. Wengatz, Bruce D. Hammock, and G. Patonay --
Optimization of electrochemiluminescence immunoassay for delicate micro organism detection / Hao Yu --
Microarray-based immunoassays / F.W. Chu, P.R. Edwards, R.P. Ekins, H. Berger, P. Finckh, and F. Krause --
improvement and purposes of a brand new immunoassay strategy : latex piezoelectric immunoassay / S. Kurosawa, M. Muratsugu, H.O. Ghourchian, and N. Kamo --
Transition from laboratory to on-site environmental tracking of 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene utilizing a transportable fiber optic biosensor / Brian L. Donner, Lisa C. Shriver-Lake, Alfonza McCollum, Jr., and Frances S. Ligler --
Detection and quantitation of the explosives 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene and hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine in groundwater utilizing a continuing stream immunosensor / John C. Bart, Linda L. Judd, Karen E. Hoffman, Angela M. Wilkins, Paul T. Charles, and Anne W. Kusterbeck --
assessment of immunoassay for the decision of insecticides at a large-scale groundwater illness web site / T.R. Dombrowski, E.M. Thurman, and G.B. Mohrman --
comparability of immunoassay to high-pressure liquid chromatography and fuel chromatography-mass spectrometry research of insecticides in floor water / M.I. Selim, C. Achutan, J.M. Starr, T. Jiang, and B.S. younger --
tracking of atrazine in river and coastal sea waters through immunoassay, solid-phase disk extraction, and fuel chromatography-mass spectrometry / Jordi Gascón, Jaume S. Salau, Anna Oubiña, and Damià Barceló --
A paramagnetic particle-based enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for the quantitative selection of 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol in water / Jeanne A. Itak, William A. Day, Angel Montoya, Juan J. Manclús, Amy M. Phillips, Dwayne A. Lindsay, and David P. Herzog --
speedy selection of dioxins in consuming water by means of enzyme immunoassay / H. Wang, L. Wang, J.E. George, III, G.K. Ward, J.J. Thoma, R.O. Harrison, and B.S. younger --
reports at the functions of an immunoassay for mercury / Larry C. Waters, Richard W. Counts, Rob R. Smith, and Roger A. Jenkins --
Nonextractable pesticide residues in humic components: immunochemical research / A. Dankwardt, okay. Kramer, R. Simon, D. Freitag, A. Kettrup, and B. Hock --
research of hexazinone in soil by way of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay / Rodney J. Bushway, Lynn E. Katz, Lewis B. Perkins, Anthony W. Reed, Titan S. Fan, and B.S. younger --
improvement and alertness of molecular imprinting know-how for residue research / Mark T. Muldoon and Larry H. Stanker --
Immunoassay of cross-reacting analytes / G. Jones, M. Wortberg, D.M. Rocke, and Bruce D. Hammock --
program of a neural community for trend reputation of insecticides in water samples through diversified immunochemical suggestions / C. Wittmann, R.D. Schmid, S. Löffler, and A. Zell --
function of caliber insurance in immunoassay equipment used for box screening / Robert O. Harrison --
natural solvent converted enzyme-linked immunoassay for the detection of triazine herbicides / Walter F.W. Stöcklein, A. Warsinke, and Frieder W. Scheller.
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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1997. 3. SZURDOKI ET AL. ) At very high concentrations of Hg *, a "hook" effect occurs, the signal decreases with increasing concentration, as it is usual with two site immunoassays (76). Standard curves were also constructed with a number of foreign ions up to 3000 nM concentrations. , ions of alkaline metals, A l , C a , C d , C r , Fe , M g , M n , Pb ) and hexavalent chromium ( C r A ) demonstrated minimal interference. 3%) ions displayed some cross-reactivity (CR).
The regulatory maximum of the total mercury concentration in environmental water samples is 1 ppb in numerous countries (76), but the amount of mercury in river water sometimes exceeds this limit due to industrial and urban waste water and mine runoff. Thus, an anticipated use of our assay systems is the screening of mercury in water. Promising studies with environmental water samples are in progress. Analysis of mercury content in biological samples is another possible application. S. Food and Drug Administration for mercury in fish is 1 ppm (43).